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Cerebrations (Blog)

gdz enters Barclays “take one small step” innovation and business start-up competition.

gdz has entered a national competition with Barclays to win an innovation and business start-up award for our unique independent analysis business and Predictive Modelling Tool (PAM).  To see the entry you can click on the following link:  https://www.takeonesmallstep.co.uk/Entry/Detail/2047  this includes a video of Nick and Alistair Turner (LCB) discussing the launch, the modeller and the .. read more

Predictive ROI Calculator soon to be available on the gdz website!

Well folks, we are in the last stages of the design and build of the brand new ROI Calculator for the website.  This will allow companies to input some data in exchange for a quick view of what ROI (return on investment) or ROR (rate of return) is being achieved or is possible from their .. read more

gdz to announce new Director and Chairman shortly!

With news of gdz moving quickly around the market, plenty of interest has been shown from folk wishing to become involved with this unique proposition, so much so that we are about to announce the arrival of a new Director who will assume the role of Chairman and brings a wealth of experience to the business and .. read more

gdz launch event update

Last week we held the launch of gdz in the city of London, a good turnout of fimiliar faces as well as new ones and a few glasses of Guinness drunk to celebrate St Patrick’s Day and a few glasses of champagne to toast the launch.  Some great questions from the floor and most hopefully answered, but I .. read more

gdz event analysts launch March 17th

Well here it is, the day the business was let properly loose on the corporate world, we are holding a small gathering of city folk in the Minories where we will enjoy a glass of champagne, perhaps a glass of the black stuff (as it’s also St Patricks Day) and a kick off presentation to .. read more

Corporate Bribery Act

A sigh of relief has been heard across corporate Britain as we now have a bit more time to get our compliant act together.  Although we are still unclear as to what that really means, enough lobbying has forced the delay to enable us to prepare for how we are going to get to grips .. read more

Olympic Games 2012

Are we too late to book events around the forthcoming 2012 games? It is interesting to give thought to how we might approach corporate hospitality when it comes to the Olympic Games. It’s perhaps a good idea to steer clear of London if you are not involved at the games between the 27th July and .. read more